RMI publishes rack considerations

The Rack Manufacturers Institute, Inc. (RMI) of MHI's “Considerations for the Planning and Use of Industrial Steel Storage Racks – 2012 Edition" is designed to promote the effective purchase and use of storage systems using pallets, pallet racking and mechanical handling equipment in industrial facilities.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
June 17, 2013 - MMH Editorial

The Rack Manufacturers Institute, Inc. (RMI) of MHI’s “Considerations for the Planning and Use of Industrial Steel Storage Racks – 2012 Edition” is designed to promote the effective purchase and use of storage systems using pallets, pallet racking and mechanical handling equipment in industrial facilities.

These considerations detail the purchase and use of storage systems that are well designed, diligently maintained and used as intended - systems that meet the safety objectives of industrial facilities and avoid injury to persons and property. It provides guidance on the best practices and proper use of industrial steel storage racks for the warehouse or distribution center operator who may not be a specialist in technical matters or in the detail design related to the storage facility.

This publication is for sale in the MHI Bookstore for $25.00. It is offered at no charge to RMI members.



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